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Eagle’s Eye & Canyon of Waterfalls
Moderate

A self-guided walking holiday in the Rhodope Mountains in Bulgaria. Visit the impressive Buinovo Gorge, then hike to the Eagle’s Eye viewing platform offering spectacular views of the whole Rhodopean Range. Trace the footsteps of Orpheus through the mighty Devil’s Throat cave in the Tirgrad Gorge, said to be the mythical Hall of Hades, walk to Chaira Lakes and then take in the splendour of the Canyon of Waterfalls before moving to the comfort of your spa hotel. Accommodation is in hand-picked 3 or 4 star hotels (spa facilities available on Days 5 and 6).

Eagle’s Eye & Canyon of Waterfalls
Easy

A self-guided walking holiday in the Rhodope Mountains in Bulgaria. Visit the impressive Buinovo Gorge, then hike to the Eagle’s Eye viewing platform offering spectacular views of the whole Rhodopean Range. Trace the footsteps of Orpheus through the mighty Devil’s Throat cave in the Tirgrad Gorge, said to be the mythical Hall of Hades, then take in the splendour of the Canyon of Waterfalls before moving to the comfort of your spa hotel. Accommodation is in hand-picked 3 or 4 star hotels (spa facilities available on Days 5 and 6).

Vikos Gorge and Zagori Trails
Moderate

Visit the impressive Vikos Gorge – World’s deepest canyon according to the Guinness Book of Records 1997 – and hike by the Voiodomatis’ springs, which is considered one of the cleanest rivers in Europe. Hike in the alpine zone and enjoy the spectacular view of the Canyon then descend down the famous cobbled path “Scala Vradetou” built in the 18th century. Hikes include the famous Zagori stone bridges and accommodation in the four most preserved traditional villages of the Zagori region.

The Stone Bridges of Zagori and Skala Vradetou
Easy

This itinerary allows you to immerse yourself in one of Greece’s greatest natural environments with spectacular views of Vikos Gorge, the worlds deepest canyon and also experience the enchanting 18th century Stone villages and bridges of Zagori. Trip highlights include a walk to the Beloi viewpoint, which provides one of the most breathtaking views of Vikos Gorge and a hike down the winding Skala Vradetou cobbled stone staircase. The trip includes a number of trails covering some of the most beautiful stone villages and bridges in Zagori and a chance to swim in the Rogovos natural pools. Retreat every evening in elegant hand picked stone mansions in the in villages along route.

Dragon Lake and the Vikos Gorge
Moderate to Strenuous

A self-guided walking holiday in the Zagori region of Greece. Visit the impressive Dragon Lake and the Vikos Gorge – World’s deepest canyon according to the Guinness Book of Records 1997 – and hike by the Voiodomatis’ springs, which is considered one of the cleanest rivers in Europe. Hike in the alpine zone up to the famous Dragon Lake. Walks include the famous Zagori stone bridges and accommodation in the four most well preserved traditional villages of the Zagori region.

Wild Transylvania Apuseni Trail
Moderate

In this holiday you will explore the western part of Transylvania and Romania especially one of the most spectacular National Parks out there – Apuseni National Park. The Park also known as the cavers’ paradise protects one of the most interesting cave fauna in the country.

Mount Olympus
Moderate to Strenuous

A self-guided walking holiday in Greece. This itinerary offers a chance to “Walk with the Gods” on mythical Mount Olympus, the highest and most majestic mountain in Greece and the second highest in the Balkans. Olympus was central in Greek Mythology as the home of the Twelve Olympians. In 1938 it was designated the first National Park in Greece and is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve noted for its rich wildlife and flora. The itinerary offers a mix of wonderful hiking through spectacular mountain terrain along with some unique mythology and history.

The Albanian Alps & Accursed Mountains
Moderate

A tour for intrepid travelers who are eager to explore the Albanian Alps on their own. It combines scenic hikes for average fitness levels with the two most interesting cities in an 8-day tour. From historic Shkoder one starts with a tranquil ferry ride on the Koman Lake into the Accursed Mountains to visit two of the most remarkable valleys: Valbona and Theth – both dominated by towering mountains and traditional alpine houses.

Slovakian Alps: the High Tatras [MODERATE]
Moderate

A self-guided walking holiday in Slovakia. The High Tatras are the highest Slovak mountain range and this trip offers some of the most scenic walks in the area. There are about 35 valleys, 110 glacial lakes called pleso, and many mountain peaks, of which 10 are above 2,600 meters high. The itinerary offers some truly breathtaking views of the Tatra peaks and ridge. Accommodation is provided in luxury 4 star hotels, two of which were built at the beginning of the 20th century and have unique architectural features.

Bohemian Paradise: the best of the Czech Republic
Moderate

The Natural Adventure company presents you with an excellent opportunity to spend your holiday discovering nature and history. Take a walk through the narrow corridors of “rock cities”, exciting rock labyrinths, and splendid view-points. Explore castles, ancient ruins, waterfalls, and stunning rock phenomena. Visit Trosky castle – the symbol of the Bohemian Paradise and one of the most breathtaking views in the Czech Republic. End in Prague with plenty of time to get to know the City of a Hundred Spires.

Slovakian Alps: the High Tatras [STRENUOUS]
Strenuous

A self-guided walking holiday in Slovakia. The High Tatras are the highest Slovak mountain range and this trip offers some of the most scenic walks in the area. There are about 35 valleys, 110 glacial lakes called pleso, and many mountain peaks, of which 10 are above 2,600 meters high. The itinerary offers some truly breathtaking views of the Tatra peaks and ridge. Accommodation is provided in luxury 4 star hotels, two of which were built at the beginning of the 20th century and have unique architectural features.

Slovakian Alps: the High Tatras [EASY]
Easy

This self-guided holiday in Slovakia provides you a breath-taking view of the Tatra mountains. You will conquer Lomnicky peak, admire the reflection of the clouds in the azure waters of the glacier lakes, pass by spectacular waterfalls and enjoy meals in mountain huts and high mountain hotels with long and interesting history.

Polish Highlands, Tatras, and Krakow
Easy to Moderate

A self-guided holiday in the mighty Carpathian Mountains and their highest part – the Tatras. This tour runs through villages and towns located in picturesque valleys and dales, follows the Dunajec (a mountain river), and includes two National Parks and three UNESCO sites, including magnificent Krakow.

The Mountains, Lakes and National Parks of North Montenegro
Moderate

This holiday explores the mountains of North Montenegro and features two of the most beautiful untouched natural environments in Europe, including the exquisite natural wonder of Biogradska Gora, a UNESCO Biosphere reserve, one of the last three primeval rainforests in Europe and Durmitor National Park a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Slovakian Alps: the High Tatras in Style
Moderate

A self-guided walking holiday in Slovakia. The High Tatras are the highest Slovak mountain range and this trip offers some of the most scenic walks in the area. There are about 35 valleys, 110 glacial lakes called pleso, and many mountain peaks, of which 10 are above 2,600 meters high. The itinerary offers some truly breathtaking views of the Tatra peaks and ridge. Accommodation is provided in luxury 4 star hotels, two of which were built at the beginning of the 20th century and have unique architectural features.

Slovakian Alps: the High Tatras in Style
Moderate to Strenuous

The High Tatras are the highest Slovak mountain range and this trip offers some of the most scenic walks in the area. There are about 35 valleys, 110 glacial lakes called pleso, and many mountain peaks, of which 10 are above 2,600 meters high. The itinerary offers some truly breathtaking views of the Tatra peaks and ridge. Accommodation is provided in luxury 4 star hotels, two of which were built at the beginning of the 20th century and have unique architectural features. .

Slovakian Alps: the High Tatras in Style
Easy

The High Tatras are the highest Slovak mountain range and this trip offers some of the most scenic walks in the area. There are about 35 valleys, 110 glacial lakes called pleso, and many mountain peaks, of which 10 are above 2,600 meters high. The itinerary offers some truly breathtaking views of the Tatra peaks and ridge. Accommodation is provided in luxury 4 star hotels, two of which were built at the beginning of the 20th century and have unique architectural features.

The trails of Istria
Moderate

Imagine walking through green countryside full of vineyards, olive trees, rivers and forests, beautiful villages, and medieval towns situated on hills. It sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? And it can easily come true! Join us on a walking adventure through lush green Istria.

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